As Jacob Rees-Mogg forces MPs back to parliament, HuffPost UK hears how they have coped with "urgent and emotional" requests for help from constituents during lockdown.
Boris Johnson went toe-to-toe with Sir Keir Starmer for the first time in PMQs this week, with Labour’s leader impressing many. But what is his long-term strategy and how is he managing the one thing he can control - the Labour party? Meanwhile as the prime minister prepares for a minor easing of the coronavirus lockdown, there is no end in sight for the UK’s theatres, music venues and comedy clubs. Could the country lose ‘the next Stormzy’ as working class artists turn away in search of cash?Joining Arj Singh, Paul Waugh and Rachel Wearmouth, shadow culture minister Tracy Brabin discusses her new leader and the economic impact of the lockdown.
Labour MP Tracy Brabin criticises government for suggestion workers are “addicted” to coronavirus job retention scheme.
The Labour MP for Batley and Spen is auctioning the dress she wore in the Commons for Girlguiding – and bidding has already passed £2,000.
The breathtaking sexism women MPs like Tracy Brabin face on a daily basis has once again reared its ugly head for all to see, Manchester's Lib Dem leader John Leech writes.
'I'm Not A Slapper': Labour MP Tracy Brabin Hits Back At Criticism Of One Shoulder Dress In Parliament
"Who knew people could get so emotional over a shoulder."
Art and culture must no longer be seen as just nice to have, but as a right, writes Labour MP Tracy Brabin.
Labour needs change, but it’s going to be a long haul. Anyone who says it’s going to be easy is wrong, writes Labour MP Tracy Brabin.
“We were startled to see, when resources are so tight, a significant number of young cadets being used as set dressing for what seemed like the prime minister's election campaign launch"